2023 Ageless Awards
Join us on April 20th for the Ageless Awards! This year, we are honoring the inspiring lives and contributions of Don Bruland, Ed Edmo, Dan Steffey & Maria Rojo de Steffey, and Robert Stoll! Join us virtually or in-person at Hilton Portland Downtown!
People are living longer, which calls for new intergenerational strategies to value and care for older adults. Community networks are needed to fill in housing, mobility and caregiving gaps, especially for older adults who are isolated, low-income and underserved.
AGE+ empowers communities through stimulating partnerships, training and sponsoring innovative programs that address the real and growing challenges facing aging in America.
Looking for Workers? Oregon’s Older Adults Are Ready to Fill the Gap
There is a workforce shortage in Oregon, but older adults can’t find the work they want. This paper makes it clear that now is a pivotal time to reverse workplace ageism.
Joys Amidst Tribulation—Aging While Black in Oregon
This paper is meant to serve as a tool to bring attention to the challenges and resiliency of older Black Oregonians and the communities that support them.
Seen, Heard and Here—Older LGBTQ+ Oregonians
Invisible no longer. This briefing paper shares new data and insights into the strengths and unique challenges of LGBTQ+ older adults living in Oregon.
Women’s Longevity Gap—Women Live Longer on Less
This briefing paper highlights the challenges and contributions of older women in Oregon—some of the hardest working yet unacknowledged people.
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Support HB 2869-2!
A STEP TOWARDS A BRIGHTER SHARED FUTURE WHERE ALL OREGONIANS CAN LIVE AND AGE WELL: SUPPORT HB 2869-2! HB 2869-2 calls for a stakeholder group to come together to develop the framework for a multi-sector plan for aging (MPA). Click here to learn about the need for an...
AGE+ Founder Inducted into Senior Living Hall of Fame
Congratulations to our founder and CEO, Keren Brown Wilson, for being inducted into the Senior Living Hall of Fame. The American Seniors Housing Association credited this year’s inductees as people who had “the foresight to anticipate the emergence and dramatic growth...